Manage projects in the cloud, either on your own server or our hosted servers. Manages resources and timesheet, and perform client billing. It's all here!
Cloud-based project management is the simplest way to start. You can sign up and be managing projects that same day -- in the cloud, accessing your data from anywhere -- all without the hassle of IT involvement, servers, patches, databases, T3 lines, power and backup plans. The Cloud makes getting into project management easy.
The Cloud is really just internet access to your projects. It is "Software as a Service" or SaaS. It's using a web browser to log in with a username and password, and then having full administrative and employee access to your data. You log hours into a user-friendly timesheet, and those hours are collected into the "Actual Work" field of each task. You can then compare estimates to actual work to see how close you are staying to project baselines. The timesheet also warns you when you get close to finishing tasks, and even blocks access when a task has exceeded your cut-off limit. This prevents users from camping out on tasks they are familiar with.
You'll see there's than project management in this product. A simple timesheet collect actual hours in a weekly or pay period format. There is a time log that lists actual hours in a top-to-bottom list. You get expense and mileage tracking, client billing, and PTO accruals included. All these features surround the project management features to make a product you can run your entire consulting or manufacturing company from.
You'll also learn in this video that the Windows Edition can access the same cloud database as the Web Edition. That means you can administer projects down on the desktop as well. In fact, there are features like Resource Allocation, Project Revenue, Employee Availability, and Burn Down Charts available on the Windows app to augment and enhance your web-based project management.
In addition to the SaaS hosted solution, we also offer on-premises self-hosted solutions. If you have the IT infrastructure, you can install the Windows and Web Editions on your own servers and workstations. The two platform editions work together and access the same database. That means you get equivalent features on all computing platforms -- whether you are accessing your projects from your desktop or the cloud services from your home office. A browser from the client office sees the same information as laptop over your corporate VPN, Remote Desktop, or Citrix Terminal Server. With cloud services, the platform is irrelevant.